Paying For Tolls

Paying for tolls

One of the benefits of open road tolling is you can drive without slowing down for booths. To keep it easy and convenient, there are a variety of ways for you to pay - either before or after you travel.

Registered TReO account holders

For drivers that have registered with TReO, you can benefit from automatic payment by adding a credit card or banking information to your TReO account. You can also choose a pre-paid account that can be topped up automatically when the balance dips below $10. 

Keep in mind, when you register for a TReO account you'll never have to worry about paying a licence plate processing fee. Plus, you can choose to manage your Golden Ears tolls through your TReO account, with a combined bill. So go ahead and register now.

Making a one time payment

For less frequent travelers like tourists who may not have a TReO account, there are many other easy ways to pay. In fact, you can pay online and make a one time payment after you travel across the Port Mann Bridge. All you need is your licence plate number or invoice. Pay Now.

Please note that payments always go against the oldest outstanding trips, not a vehicle's most recent crossing. If a vehicle or account has unpaid trips, your payment will be applied to those tolls first.

If you aren't registered with TReO, your most recent Port Mann Bridge trip may be charged a licence plate processing fee. You can avoid this by registering for a TReO account, or making sure your past tolls are paid and by making a one time payment within 7 days of your most recent Port Mann Bridge crossing.

For more information about paying for tolls, read our frequently asked questions.